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r?THE.Pn?TSBTJE&- 'DISPATCH,- THUESKST
KfJ " -
AfUSING THE PUBLIC.
hat the Exposition Managers Are
, Accomplishing in This Line.
THE SIDE PLAYS DRAW PEOPLE.
Borne Happy Ideas That "Will le Carried
Out in the Kear Future.
A YERX SUCCESSFUL DBDEETAEING
The keynote of every success that in any
way concerns the public or approaches the
show line at all is "amusement," and for
the next two weeks the Exposition manage
ment has laid out a plan with that idea in
view that will certainly be successful.
President John Bindley has broad gauge
ideas on this subject, and he is heartily
seconded by Manager Johnston and every
individual "member of the board, and in
addition to the Maennerchor and Eistedd
fod of next week, some little byplays will
be introduced to amuf e the public
The Exposition, as it stands, is one vast
field of instruction. The mechanic, the
laborer, the clerk, the child and the woman
of fashion can learn more there in one day
than elseV-here in a year. Yet one fact
roust be noted: this is all instruction, not
amusement, and every move made .ia Ex
position circles has been to this one end, to
amuse the people.
The attendance at the Exposition has
been surprising to friends and amazing to
some indifferent enemies, for that tnese ex
isted no one denies, though, in all probabil
ity, they have been swallowed up long ago
in the whirl of friendship that the successful
management has gathered about it.
This much has alreadv been learned by
the managers; a man will go somewhere to
laugh where he cannot bedrivento learn.
A child goes to school for instruction,
though it goes only because the spanking in
the rear has more terrors for it than the
prosy school books ahead. Both the grounds
and buildings are greatly limited this year In
resource for amusement, but the public may
rest assured that everything in that line is done
that can be done.
Tho turnstiles yesterday registered the larg
est Tuesday since opening, and records are now
being broken every day.
tiie oil im.ii supply co., limited.
No. 91 nnd 92 Wnter Street, Plttsbnrtr.
In mechanical hall, opposite the main en
trance, will be found an interesting exhibit
illustrative 01 all tne macmnery ana appli
ances pertaining to the business cf drilling and
running an oil well: also matters pertinent to
naturalgas. This belongs to the Oil Well Sup
ply Company, and the interest developed in
such a display is proved by the crowds who are
always found watching with interest its opera
tions. 'The Mogul drilling engine" for deep wells
is an important subject for investigation. It
possesses many advantages, viz.: Balance slide
valve, heavy bearincs and all connections made
in straight lines; 11x12 cylinder, improved re
versing link, rated at 25 horse power; is easily
run, easily reversed, and not easily put out of
order. The patent cutoff for economizing
steam is a desideratum when the Mogul is used
Another important object is "an eight-inch
engine pipe ma nine" for cuttingand threading
pipe, from 2 to 8 inches in both pipe and casing,
furnished with a fnll set of dies for those sizes.
The advantage of this machine having its en
gine is apparent, justfor the fact of the inde
pendence obtained in the shop; cutting can be
done at off hours, or at night nhen the general
machinery is stopped. It cad be set up 1th
out special foundation. With the clutch ar
rangement starting and stopping can be done
on the instant and exactly where you want it
The revolving cj Under carries the pipe to tho
dies the die-head remaining solid, which re
lieves the wear upon it when drawing the pipe
to the die. This furnishes two points of relief,
viz.: The cylinder ana the feed. These ma
chines are in sizes for cutting from inch to 12
inches. A mailer two inch pipe machine to
run by hand or power is also shown.
A set of extra heavy "cate valves" 3. 6 and 12
inches are shown, bearing a test of 500 pounds
water pressure: also ''hydraulic gate valves" 4,
6 and 8 inches tested to 1,000 pounds pressure.
Those are extra heavy -lead end tees" 3. 6 and
12 inch; ."a double lever safety valve" with
heavy weight for high pressure gas line. All
theoe are natural gas appliances.
A water column outfit and complete lrne of
valves; a six-lncb steam whistle, and comDleto
line of stocks, tips and dies for threading and
tapping in. to 3 inches are shown.
"FranKlin's patent adjustable pipe wrench,"
is shown in various sizes; it is the simplest,
strongest and best pipe wrench in the market.
In drilling tools are found a pair of each of
5 in. and 8 in. bits, 5 in. and 8 in. tool gauges,
one set 5 in. jars, oji in. wrenches, wrench
bar and circle for t.ghtening tools, a temper
screw, with T horn socket, slip socket, com
bination socket, snckei rod jars, rope knife,
rope spear, a patent rope socket and old-tyle
wing rope socket, an 8-inch steel shoe to shrink
and one to screw.
Apart from these tools is a very Interesting
exhibit ot models of derrick and engines. On
one side is seen a portable rig" for drilling COO
feet, very light, compact, durable and easily
moved. This is operated by its own little
On the second corner is seen "A flowing
On the other corner the process of drilling a
well is shown, with set or tools forges, etii,
complete, also run by a cute little engine, a
perfect model of an "Innis Drilling Engine,"
scale one inch to the foot. It includes re
versing link, beater, pump, and everything
found in a standard size engine. All three of
the derrick models are built on the scale of
two inches to the foot. The exhibit is a com
plete exponent of what is needed in the way of
supplies for both the oil and natural gas busi
ness. FliUbnrK Scnle Compnny's Exhibit
On tho main aisle of Mechanical Hall attracts
nnijersal attention, as it is the fashion to be
weighed, and here yon are invited to do it
HTheyshowa furnace charging scale, which
is the most substantial and convenient for
blastfurnaces that has ever beo-i shown, be
sides other special heavy scales and those for
general use, Irom the heaviest railroad track
scales to the most minute scales for druggists.
They also show for furnace and foundry use,
billet and metal cars, with roller bearings,
heavy pig metal and iron wheelbarrows, car
movers, trucks and other special mill supplies.
This is merely an index of the complete stock
tbeycarrv in their warehouse. No. 75 Third
The McComb's broom-sewing machines and
the Harnson poal mining machines, manufac
tured by Bair A Gazzam, limited, No. 86 Third
and No. 91 Second avenues, and exhibited lust
oppo-Ite the main entrance in Mechanical Hall,
are perhaps the most novel and finely finished
machinery in that building.
Parties familiar with machinery will be in
terested in seeing them in operation. Th
In Art Gallery attract universal attention. No
one has the faculty of catching on the instant
the best expression obtainable from the sub
ject in front of Mr. Dabbs' camera. The illus
tration of excellent portrayal is significantly
emphasized in the many familiar faces brought
together in this collection.
The Hamilton Hotel
Is located vory centrally, and under its new
management has been improved in every possi
ble way until it is now a strictly first-class
boose. Its accommodations are excellent, the
table the best, and the rates reasonable. The
bar is stocked with the finest liquors.
An Important Exhibit.
Fato 4 Freese, of Plymouth. 0 have in
operation at the Pittsburg Exposition one of
their celebrated "Ohio Brick and Tile Ma
chines," and cordially invite those interested to
see this machine work.
Special Exposition Notr.
The ice cream served at the Cafe is supplied
by Mr. George P. Luther, the proprietor of the
Cyclorama. Cafe, Allegheny.
Friday for Remnants.
Saturday for remnants. Half price.
Half price. Kx able & Shusteb,
35 Fifth ave.
This morning we will only charge $2 CO
r those children's all-wool suits, former
P. c. c. c,
Opp. new Court House.
Oveuholt. Golden Wedding, Large,
Gibson and Oil linger whisky for sale in
large quantities by Geo. H. Bennett & Bro.,
133 First avenue, second door below "Wood
The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. is
the place to get your teas, coffees and" bak
ing, powder. Beautiful presents. ihs
A LAUGHABLE MISTAKE.
A Brldnl Pnrty Try to Engage Boarding at
the West Penn Hospital, Taking It for
a Lore" Hotel Their Discovery.
Xesterday afternoon a carriage stopped in
front of the West Penn Hospital. From it
alighted a handsome gentleman dressed in
a Prince Albert coat, light pants, red gloves
and silk hat. He strolledinto the superin
tendent's office, asking to see that official.
Mrs. Cowen, in the absence of her husband,
interrogated the gentleman as to his wants.
"Can I procure a room in this building7"
Mrs. Cowen replied that she believed all
the private rooms were taken, but she would
see. Before she went she noticed a lady
sitting in the carriage, and, turning to the
gentleman, asked him to bring her in. He
complied with her request, and introduced
her to Mrs. Cowen as Mrs. Williamson, his
wife. It was learned that they had just been
married. She looked pale and wan, and, of
coarse, supposing she was a paiiem, .mro.
Cowen quietly called a doctor to ascertain
the supposed ailment of the lady. The doc
tor made a cursory examination, but failed
to find anv symptoms of disease, so he ques
tioned her as to her health. She lisped: "I
feel bad all over." This generalizing left
the doctor in a bewildered state; he could
not get a satisfactory idea as to the nature of
her sickness, bo, in sheer desperation he
"What do you want, and why are you
She turned her face and looked demurely
at the doctor, and said:
"Why, we want a room, and board."
"A room and board," echoed her husband,
who was standing by, "and can you tell me
what you have been going through all those
antics with my wife. "We have just been
married, and "come into the city and want
board and lodgings, and if you cannot let
us have them we can go elsewhere."
The doctor told them they had struck a
hospital, and it was an unusual place to
cnnnrl n. hnnevmoon. but if thev would drive
into the citv he was certain they could pro
cure everything they desired, at one of the
hotels. The couple followed the doctor's
12 lbs granulated sugar SI 00
12 ttj A coffee sugar 1 00
13 ros light yellow sugar 1 00
13 lbs dark brown sugar 1 00
Sugar cured hams per lb 12
Sugar cured large hams per lb 11
Original Buckeye Flour per sack... 1 10
Thurber's best marie syrup per qt. . 20
Mustard sardines 3 for 25
Sardines in oil 5 for 25
New evaporated apricots, per lb 15
New3-E ran apricots 1G
New Turkey prunes 6 lbs for 25
New salmon per can 15
New salmon 2 cans for 25
New farina 6 lbs for 25
New canned pears, 3 lbs 15
New sifted French peas per can.... 12
New 3rb-canned pumpkin 4 for 25
New pitted cherries, 2 lbs for...... 25
7 lbs Young Hyson tea for 1 00
6 rbs good Japan tea.. 1 00
7 lbs good English Breakfast tea.... 1 00
7 lbs good mixed tea 1 00
Cut this coupon out and send with order,
or bring with you. All orders accompanied
with cash or P. O. money order will receive
prompt attention. .,
Freight paid on 10 worth or upward.
Send for circular. Joseph McKee,
36 Ohio street, Allegheny.
REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, LML,
401 fmltfafield Street, cor. Fonrth Avenue.
Capital, SICO.000. Surplus, 545,000.
Deposits of 1 and upward received and
interest allotted at 4 per cent its
BEAVER COUNTY FAIR.
Excursions to Beaver and Brldcetvnter via
the Pennsylvania Lines.
From September 24 to 27 excursion tickets
will be sold from Pittsburg via the Pennsyl
vania Xiines to Beaver or West Rochester,
at rate of 75 cents, good returning until Sat
urday, September -28. Mill
The Vichy of America.
"Why drink impure water when the abso
lutely pure Ponce de Leon mineral spring
water can be procured for $4 per case of 50
pinv bottles (carbonated), f. o. b. Mead
vill. Address, Ponce de Leon Mineral
Springs Co., Meadville, Pa. ih
Something; Worth Living For.
Visitors to the Exposition are delighted
with the display of S. S. Marvin & Co. in
the gallery, opposite the main entrance.
The famous hot cakes and waffles, baked
from self-rising flour, at the stand, are a
treat which nobody wants to miss. Mar
vin's self-rising pancake flour is for sale by
all grocers. It is a boon to every housewife.
Refreshing and Stimulating.
These are the characteristics of the F. &
V. Pilsner beer. No harm results from a"
free use of this excellent beverage. Call
SI. Until October. 81.
Mothers, bring children to Aufrecht's
Elite gallery, 516 Market street, Pittsburg.
Use elevator. Cabinets $1 per dozen, proof
Friday and Saturday, September 27 and 2S,
Great remnant sale. Half price. Half
price. Remnants of dress goods just half
price. Kkable & Shtjsteb,
35 Fifth ave.
This morning we will only charge $2 50
for those children's all-wool suits, former
price $5. P. C. C. C,
Opp. new Court House.
TJse Thea Nectar Tea.
Extra good values in black silks at 65c,
75c, 85c and 05c a yard.
TTSSU HUGTJS & HacKE.
Bookkeeping, penmanship and arith
metic taught at evening sessions, Duffs
Business College, 49 Fifth ave. tts
"We will sell men's fine cassimere suits at
510; worth $18 nnd 20. Special sale to-day.
jr. u. J. yj., cor. urani ana uiamona sts.,
opp. the new Court House.
TJse Thea Nectar Tea.
Cabinet photos, $1 per dor. lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st TTSu
Blankets, blankets, from $1 50 to $40
per pair, all sizes and colors.
TTSSU HOGtJS &HACKE.
Cabinet photos, $1 per doz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. xisu
TJse Thea Nectar Tea.
We will sell men's fine cassimere suits at
$10; worth ?18 and 20. Special sale to-day.
P. C. C C.. cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the new Court House.
Our 24-inch wide plushes at 76c and $1 a
yard are the best value shown in the city,
all latest colorings. Hugus & Hacke.
English linen collars, new styles.
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
They Are No Fraud.
Tickets issued by Hendricks & Co., pho
tographers, 68 Federal, street, Allegheny,
are good for just what they call lor, regard
less ot what others say. IT yon "hold a
ticket bring it in before October 1. Come
and see for yourself.
Ladles' Snlt Parlor,
Opening to-day of early fall street and, -afternoon
Pabcel & Jones, 29 Fifth ave.
OLD LIBERTY HALL.
Improvements to Its Shabby Interior
to the Extent of $10,000.
EAST END'S Y. 11. C. A.'S QUARTERS
A Gymnasium for loungMen is One of the
CHAS.rjOCKHAET'S GIFT QDICKLI TAKEN
Although it has been announced that the
Young Men's Christian Association, of the
East End, is to have a magnificent build
ing, the improvements that have followed
are now described for the first time.
Through the liberality of Charles Lockhart,
the Y. M. C. A. authorities were given the
second and third floors of Liberty Hall, on
Penn avenue, at the nominal rental of $1
per annum. Liberty Hall is somewhat
"W. S. Fraser, the architect, has drawn
out elaborate plans for the arrangement of
the various rooms. The second floor will be
partitioned off into a reception room 36 by
28 feet, which will be beautifully furnished.
The walls will be hung with rich paper, the
ceiling will be exquisitely frescoed, and
three magnificent chandeliers will hang
therefrom. Small tables will be placed all
over the room, and the other furniture will
be similar to a gentleman's drawing
room. To the left of the entrance
there will be a reading room and library
44x23 feet, which is considerably larger than
the central reading room on Seventh ave
nue.lt will be supplied with reading racks,
writing tables and every necessary article
for such a room. Antique carved bookcases
will fit into the walls, which will hold the
best literature in print. The size of the
meeting room will be 35x36. which will con
tain a rostrum and pulpit, and it will seat
about 400 people. Upon the same floor there
are to be two parlors luxuriously appointed,
where the members may invite their friends
lor an evening's enjoyment The Secretary
will be comfortably housed in a room 16x10
leet 10 inches.
The upper floor is to contain n gymnasium
53x55 feet. Everything necessary for such
a place will be provided. Parallel bars,
horizontal bars, dumbbells, weights, swings,
traveling rings and horse. Three hundred
lockers will be gotten for the accommoda
tion of the members. Leading from the
gymnasium a bathroom will be fitted up
where the young men may indulge in a
needle or shower bath in hot or cold water.
The building will be heated with steam
throughout. The internal decorations and
embellishments will cost upward of $10,000.
One of the nicest and best tonics and
anti-acids for dyspeptics is Dr. D. Jayne's
Tonic Vermifuge. When used in conjunc
tion with the Sanative Pills, it rarely fails
to be effective; while its moderate price
brings it within the reach of every one.
Sold by all druggists.
MEMBERS OF ELIZA GAKFIELD
Lodge No. 12. Daughters of St. George,
are requested to meet at Forty-third and But
ler, over the Metropolitan Bank, at 1 P. sr.
sharp, FRIDAY, the 27th Inst., to attend the
funeral of onr late sister, Mrs. Maria Asbury.
All sister lodges are cordially Invited to at
THE ANNUAL - MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Pennsylvania Salt
Manufacturing Co. will be held at their office,
No. 115 Chestnut st, Philadelphia, on
WEDNESDAY, October 23, 1SS9, at 12 o'clock
noon, for the election of seven directors for the
ensuing year, and such other business as may
bo brought before them.
AUSTIN M. PURVES. Secretary,
VTOTICE MEMBERS OF ZENO LODGE
Jjl No. 748, L O. O. F., are requested to meet
at their hall, corner of Twenty-seventh anil
Sarah street, on THURSDAY, September 28.
at 1 o'clock sharp, to attend the funeral of our
late brother, William Morgan, to take place
from his brother's residence. 2201 Carson street,
8. S., at 2 o'clock. MemDers of sister lodges
are cordially invited to attend. S. R. ANDER
SON, N. G. JAS. L. EARLEY, Sec se&0
"VTOTIC E-MEMBERS OF TURTLE
L Creek Lodge No. 28, Jr.. O. U. A. M-. will
meet at C. A. Black's Hall, THURSDAY.
September 26, at 1 P. M. sharp, to attend the
funeral of our late brother, R. C. Pond. Mem
bers of sister lodges are respectfully invited to
attend. WM. CUNNINGHAM, Councilist.
Attest: THOS. KENNEDY, Recording Secre
THE MEMBERS OF SOUTHSIDE LODGE
No. 158 K. of P., are earnestly requested
to meet at their hall. Eighteenth ana Sarah
strcets,Southslde, on THURbDAY.at 1 o'clock
p. SL, sharp, to attend the funeral of our late
Brother William Morgan. Members of sister
lodges are cordially invited to attend.
By order of the C. C.
Attest: SILVANUS DAWES, K. of R.A a
Office Pittsburg Junction
Pittsburg. September 25. 1S89.
THB COUPONS FOR INTEREST. DUE
October L nrox. on this company's bonds.
will be paid upon presentation at the Trades
men's National Bank, Pittsburg.
se2C-2 J, B. WASHINGTON. Treasurer.
Office of Asphalt Block Co ,
Fourth and Wainut St.,
' Philadflphia. Pa.
DIVIDEND THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
company have this dav declared a divi
dend of TEN (10) PER CENT, payable from
the profits of the half year, at the office of the
company, September 25, 18S9.
WM. CALHOUN, Secretary.
Skptehbek 20.1889. Pe24-5B
TVTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-IMPROVE-JM
AlENrS at Wilmerding; 17.000 feet of
tile drains for surface water to be laid. Speci
fications and plans at the offices of the East
Pittsburg Improvement Company in tho Wcst
inghouse building and at Turtle Creek. Bids
received until September 27. 1S89.
J. R. McGINLEY.
se21-37-Tqp Secretary and General Agent.
Office of the secretary of the
Board of Controllers,
Allegheny School District.
Allegheny, Pa.. Sept. 24, 1889.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at this office until 7 o'clock p. m
MONDAY, Sept. 30, 1889. for the purchase of
the highest rate of premium above par of
school bonds amounting to $30,000, bearing in
terest at the rate of 4 per cent per annum, pay
able semi-annually, of denominations and pay
able as follows;
4 bonds of the denomination of 51,000. payable
4 bonds of the denomination of $500, payable
4 bonds of the denomination of 51,000, payable
July 1, 1905.
4 bonds of the denomination of S50Q, payable
1 bonds of the denomination of 81,000, payable
4 bonds of the denomination of $500, payable
July L 1908.
4 bonds of the denomination of $1,000, payable
4 bonda of the denomination of $500, payable
July L 1907.
i bonds or tbe denomination of 1,000, payable
July 1. 1908. 7
4 bonds of the denomination of 500, payable
Address all communications to R. B. SCAN
DRETT, Secretary. se2o-47
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
On the beach, with unsurpassed ocean view.
Salt-water baths in house.
se3-77-D E. KOBERTB A.SONS.
p a. balph;
41 Seventh avenne,
Telephone 1341. 8e5-38-Trs
WAX.TBR J. OSBOUENE. RICHARD BARROWS.
B "ARROWS A OSBOURNE
90 Diamond street.
Telephone No. 812. acSl-6-TTS
81 AND 83 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg, Pa. p30-74D
SS-IHsplay advertUcments one dollar ptr
tquare for one imerllon. Classified adverttte
menf on this page tueh as Wanted, For hale,
To Lei, etc, ten cents per line for each Inser
tion, and none taken fir tat than fifty '.ents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Omces have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with TBI DIS
JTHOMAS MCCAFF1USY, 39 Butler street.
JSMIL G. aTUCKEY, Htn street and renn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY ACO., Wylle ave. and FnltonsU
N. BTOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTEK & SHEIULER, 5th av. Atwood It.
JACOB SPOHN. No. : Carson street.
H. A. DUNALDbON, 1707 Carson strett.
A. J. KAEKCHEI1. 53 Federal street.
H. J. McBItlliE, Market Home, Allegheny.
FKED H. EGGElte. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS SON, Ohio and Chestnut JtJ.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McIIENItr, Westernand Irwin area.
G. W. nUGIIES. Pennsylvania and BeaveraTea.
i'EKllY 11. GLEIM. Kebeccaand Allegheny aves.
W. W. KLOCKEE, Stationer. No. 4 Grant ave.
WANTED-AT ONCE-A GERMAN BARBER
at 2713 PENN AVENUE. seM-M
WANTED-TWO GOOD TLASTEREKS. AP
PLY to JOHN BOOMER, Greensburg, Pa,
maker prelcrred; 131) GRANT AVE., Alle
WANTED -FIRST-CLASS TINNEK. AD
DRESS ALTER & MARSHALL CO., Mor
rellTllle. Pa. eeiS-K
WANTED-A GOOD HARBER AT ONCE.
Apply to A. 0. KING, No. 38 Grant ave.,
Hill vale boronpU. se26-61
WANTED -hLATK MANTEL AND TILE
setter. Apply PITTSBURG SLATE MAN
TEL WORKS. E. E. se26-33
WAXTED-THREE OR FOUR GOOD TIN
NERS at once. GEO. IV. bTEVENSON &
BRO., 537 Liberty St. se25-
V In planing mill business. Address PLAN
ING MILL, Dispatch office. seM-IS
WATEDKXPKRIENCED MALE DISH
WAsHER. atnleht: nootherneed apply.
22 DIAMOND bQUARE, Pittsburg. se-5t
WANTED-31INNEKS. APPLY BETWEEN
11 A. M. and 12 It. to-day at SAM SILVLR
STEIN'S, Grazier street. Home wood. se26-S2
TTJANTED-A MALE COOK (CATHOLIC) FOR
V an institution In the city: good references
required. Address COOK, Dispatch office. sc22-45
WANTEL-SALESMAN TO SELL GOODS KY
sample: good salary paid. Write toCEN
1ENNIALMFG. CO., Cincinnati, O.. or Chicago.
prices 5. S and 8: must be temperate; none
other need apply. G. C, UAEK, Salisbury, Ind.
Co., Pa. se26-65
WANTED - 20 STONECUTTERS. ALSO
stonemasons at once. Apply at 319 Ohio st ,
Allegheny. KUNKEL & JORDAN. Stone Con
WANTEU-STONECUTTERS AND MASONS.
Apnivat once at CORNER AMBERSON
sidc: no strike. se2C-12
WANTED -10 STONEMASONS AND6STONE
CU'fTEKS. Apply at VALENTINE &
BEKG'S OFflCE, at Pittsburg Locomotive
Works, Allegheny. selS-59
WANTED-GENTLEMAN OF GOOD AD
DRESS and education fur position In our
art department: f 15 at start. Call after 9, room
7, 53 and 55 NINTH ST. se26-20
WANTED SOLICITORS FOR BUILDING
and loan association: our men are clearing
from f 100 to S2un per mo. Applv at once to A. L.
ROBINSON, WOKosest., Youngstowu. Ohio.
WANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE A
wife or a lively correspondent to send their
address and stamp to THE AMERICAN CORRE
SPONDING CLUB, Box 643, Clarksburg, W. Va.
WANTED-A FEW GOOD SOLICITORS-,
one who understands bookkeeolnir will be
given a special opportunity'. Call between ill and1
1ZO-CIOCK. i;uaulX.Hl,lA.Lj AULJUI, IKS rilin
WANTED-EVEBY GOOD, SMART AGENT
within IS miles of Allegheny that wants to
make money to call on S. B. BURNS, 31 Middle
St.. Allegheny, Pa. Open from 8:10 to 10 A. u.,
3:30 to 6.30 F. II. se24-33
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED BOOK
KEEPER, good correspondent, with refer
ence; none but thoroughly competent one need
apply. Address, with own handwriting, B. X. S ,
Dispatch office. " ce26-33
WANTED CLOTHING SALESMAN FOR
Ohio and Indiana: also one Tor Western
l'enna., by Phllada. house: only those with estab.
trade In that line need apply. Address M. P.. 9a7
N. Sixth St., Phllada. se26-ll
WANTED-A TRUSTWORTHY MAN OF
good habits, residing outside Pittsburg, to
represent in State old N. Y. house; salarv 70
monthly; references exchanged. SUFT. MFG.
HOUSE, Lock Box 1610, N. Y. oc7-4S-Tll
WANT ED-RELIABLE LOCAL ANDTUAV
EL1NG salesmen; positions permanent;
special Inducements now; fast-selling specialties;
don't delay; salary from start. BRO WN BROS.,
Nurserymen, Rochester, N.Y. scl7-70-TTS
ANTED-AGENTS ON THE NEW IM-
PERIAL edition of Zell's encyclopedia in
five volumes. Just issued, and other works. For
liberal terms and territory, address T. EI.L-
WOODZELL, Publisher, Philadelphia. Be21-81
WANTED-A BOY ABOUT 18 YEARS OF
age for general office work; one who under
stands stenography: a good opportunity open to a
bright boy to learn a first-class business. Ad
dress, in own handwriting, ELEVATORS. Dis
patch Office. - 6f25-43
-VTTANTED A YOUNG 11AH OF GOOD
V appearance who speaks the Swedish lan
guage to solicit orders for our elegant Swedish
Bibles; sold on easv payments; good cay to right
party. E. G4VELY & CO., 23 i ederal st , Alle
gheny, trt. seM-40
W powder and pure spices: girts with goods;
coke workers, miners or mlllmcn can makemoney
in their spare time: special inducements to per
sons having established trade. YAMASHUtO
TEA CO., 83 Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa.
TTTANTED-SALESMEN AT S75 PER MONTH
V salarv and expenses, to sell a line of silver
plated ware, watches, etc.: by sample only; horse
and team furnished free; write at once for full
Particulars and sam pie case of goods free. STAN
ARD S1LVERWAKE CO., Boston, lists.
ANTED -MAI) WRITERS AT SMART'S
ECLECTIC! SHORTHAND AND BUSI
NESS COLLEGE. 4 Sixth st.; penmanship, book
keeping, arithmetic, shorthand, typewriting thor
oughly taught for fop r month: private instruc
tions for both sexes; open dally 9 A. M. to 9 i II.
-TT7-ANTED-A SECOND COOK FOR ALUNCH
W counter at ROOM NO. 3, Allegheny Mar
ANTKD-YOUNG WOMAN FOR LIGHT
general hnnanwnrlt! tn th rfffht nenan this
will be a good home with best pay; reference re
quired. Apply i URBES ST., third door between
raigsi. anatne Driage, or aaaress v. J)i. u..
TTANTED-TO EMPLOY A FEW LADIES,
V on salary, to take charge of my business at
their homes; entirely unobjectionable; light: very
fascinating and healthful: no talking required;
permanent position: wages W per week In ad
vance; good pay foi part time; my references In
clude some of the best well-known people of Lou
istllle, Cincinnati, Pittsburg and elsewhere. Ad
dress with stamp. MRS. MARION WALKER,
Fourth and Chestnut sts., Louisville, Ky.
Dlnlo and Peinnle Helo.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPER, CHAMBER.
MAIDS, cooks, dining room girls, house
girls, German and colored girls, cook and cham
ermald lor same family, farm hands. MRS. E
THOMPSON, 608 Grant st. sers-MThs
WANTED AT ONCE 3 WAITRESSES, S3 60
per week, chambermaid and laundress for
smsll hotel, 60 cooks, 20 chambermaids, 100 house
girls, 20 for country, dishwashers and pantry
girls, sewing girl. MEEHAN'S, 515 Grant st.
TT ANTED-AGENTS). MALE OR FEMALE,
V In all country towns, to sell photograph
albums: latest designs for Jail trade Just received;
big profits and quick returns to energetlcagents;
write terms, etc. UNION PUBLISHING? CO.,
103 Fourth ave. seZ2-80 ttfsu
WANTED-TOSELL HALF INTEREST IN
good paying; business: wholesale: with roll
ing mills and blast furnaces; a first-class oppor
tunity; price 12,500. Address W.. Dispatch office.
Rooms, TJoniFi. Etc.
WANTED TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
adapted for light housekeeping, within ten
minutes walk or Postofflce. Address J. C, Dis
patch office. te-6-16
WANTED-BY A PHYSICIAN. A HAND
SOMELYfurnishea room, with partial use
of parlor ror office and reception roam; must be
central. Address B- P., Dispatch office. se26-50
family, within 10 or IS minutes of Postoffice,
by two ladles, where there are no other roomers:
references given and required. Address H. S.,
Dispatch office, e26-41
WANTED-POS1TION BY FIRST-CLASS D.
E. bookkeeper, with good references. See
SHEPARD & CO., M Fifth ave. se21-39
TUANTED-POSITION A3 DRUG CLERK:
r have manager's certificate; can give good
reference. Address A. II. O., Dispatch office.
"TTTANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
TV In sums to suit at , S and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 1M Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
TTTANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PBOP-
JJ ERTY, over 84,000; 4 per cent; no tax.
"1SNRYA. WEAVER CO., 82 Fourth 1
WANTKD-J500 TO ?50a,l)00-TO LOAN ON
mortgages. 4,', 6 and 6 per cent. JAS. W.
DRAPE& Co, 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. Tele
phono Ho, 975. se25-52-WTS
in large and small amounts at AH, 5 and 8
per cent, free of State tax: no delay.
u i urj K, iaj., ,
, 131 Fourth ave.
TTTANTED TO LOAN 850.000 ON MORT
T V GAGES In amounts to suit. In city or coun
try, at 44 to 6 per cent, lis to security: no delay.
SAMUEL W. liLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave.
ANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of 13.000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on AH percent, free oftax; also smaller
amounts at 6 and 6 per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
85 Fourth avenue.
TTTANTED-MOKTGAGES-fl, 000, KIOTO LOAN
V onJcity and suburban properties at 4H, Band
f per cent, and on farms In Allegheny ana aqja-
cent counties at 6 per cent.
X. U. X'XT
auii, iuj j! ourtn avenue.
TTrANTFD-TO A.OAN 1200,000 ON MORT-
VV GAGES; S100 and upward at 6 per cent;
(500,000 at 4K per cent on residences or business
H'wiirrij: aisu ia bujuiuiuk ivuuuca, u. u.
r ui,a uu
CNCH. 125 Fourth avenue.
TTJANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
YV doien (13) or Btewart & Co. 's fine cabinet
photos for fl, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL bT Alle
a manufacturing site on B. & O. It. K. at
Griffin, free. Address P. D. BAKNHART. West
Newton, Pa. se24-70
W ANTED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine gold watch for each
one in the clnb at f 1 00 per week. Address P. O.
BOX 601, and I will call and snow yon the watch.
WANTED -TO OBTAIN FOB A CUSTOMER
an Interest in some established business in
this city; wholesale preferred: Si. 000-110.000. Ad
dress, In confidence, F. O. BROWN CO., 90
Fourth ave., room 6. se25-32
WANTED-ONE SECOND-HAND INCAN
DESCENT dynamo, 300 lights or less, and
if possible wire and lamps. Address C. C. L..
care Hotel Borer, city, up to and including Oct.
1, 1839. or call In person on said date at 9 A. H.
TTJANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
VV TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at 81 60 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: instan
taneous nrocess. mhl3-63
FOR SALE-IMPROVED HEAL ESTATE,
lOR SALE-BLUFF ST., NEAR COLLEGE,
new brick house. 8 rooms, ball, bathroom.
finished basement; all late improvements; lot 23
ft. 9 In. by 133 ft. ; terms to suit. ROBT. COW
ARD, No. 20 Blufi st. acI-87-TTSSn
FORSALE-ATA BARGAIN A COMPLETE,
new, modern styled brick bouse. 9 rooms, well
finished and convenlenced; lot 30x100 feet. ; Reed,
near Miller St., Eleventh ward. For terms see W.
A. HERRON &SONS, 80 Fonrth ave.
FOR BALE-ONLY 8300-POSIT1VE BARGAIN
on Twenty-seventh street, between Penn and
Liberty, Twelfth ward;leasehold of Schenley estate
to run several years yet, at a ground rent of 867 60
per year; lot 27x50 feet, with good frame dwelling
of fourrooms;rentsforS15. THOS. MCCAFFREY,
3509 Butler street, se!6-57
East End Residences.
FOE SALE-COZY 3-KOOMED FRAME HOUSE
and large lot, near Fifth ave.. Point Breeze,
bandy to cable and K. It., for K. 65). and easy pay
ments. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St.,
E. E. se22-43-TTSu
FOR SALE IN ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS
of foOO, neat new East End houses; brick,
modern style of architecture, late Improvements.
8 and 9 rooms, near steam and cable cars: price
(6,000 to 7.0O0. See W. A. HERRON A SONS. 80
Fourth avenue. seli-80-TTS
FOR SALE-HOOO ELYSIAN AVENUE NEAR
Fifth ave., E. E., new two-story frame dwell
lng.6 rooms and attic, hall, slate mantels. gas, etc.,
with Slots each 24x100 feet: this Is a corner prop
erty and very desirable. SAMUEL W. BLACK A
CO., 99 Fourth are. se24-83-TWTS
FOR SALE-ONLY 13.700-BOQUET BTREET,
near Fifth ave., new2-storyandmansard frame
dwelling of 8 rooms, hall, vestibule, sliding doors
between parlor and dining room: bath, inside w.
c. and stationary w. s.; inside shntters: range; h.
and c. water; slate mantels and tile hearths: nat.
and art. gas; porches front and rear: this honse
U offered at a bargain and on easy-terms. REED
B. COYLE & CO., No. 131 Fourth ave, se2S-28
FOR SALE-A FINE, LARGU EAST ENDEESI
DENCE and amplified grounds, having for
est rollage and environment of trees, copious flow
of pure spring water, etc.. etc : residence Is brick;
rooms all large and luxurious: bath and lavatorial
facilities; natural gas, furnace; cedar closet;
everything In prime order throughout. Particu
lars and terms from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.,
Agents, 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-ONLY f7,300 FOR ONE OF THE
best and most substantlally-bullt houses in
Oakland, containing nine rooms, hall, vestibule,
inside shutters, sliding doors between hall and
parlor and dining room; hath, inside w. c. and
stationary w, s., range, b. and c. water, slate
mantels and tile hearths, natural and artificial
fas. laundry In basement, with three stationary
ubs; porches front and rear: nice front yard. In
closed by a neat Iron fence; lot 22x14: possession
given at once. REED B. COYLE & CO., No. 131
Fourth avenue. se26-28
FOU SAL E-OAKLAND, FOURTEENTH
ward, a new 2-story aud mansard brick dwell
ing, 8 rooms, bath, w. c., hall, laundry, etc.,
slate mantels, tile fireplaces and hearths, fine
chandeliers, both gases, city water and house
wired for electric lights, plate glass windows,
electric hells, good sewerage, street paved with
asphaltnm and paid for. beautiful shade trees In
front of house, a few minutes from cable cars;
price S3.6O0; a moderate cash payment and bal
ance long time: Immediate possession. SAMUEL
AV. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. seS-4-D
FOR SALE-ONLY 80,500-BOQUET STREET,
Oakland, a new 2-story and mansard brick
dwelling of 8 rooms, hall, vestibule, bath, inside
w. c, stationary w. s.. range, h. and c water,
slate mantels with cabinets and tile hearths, in
side shutters, front and back porches; this house
is modern in every respect and nicely papered
throughout: possession can be had at once; as this
property has direct connection with the city
sewer, and being on Boquet street, tbe line of tbe
new electric car line, now under constructlon.lt
Is considered a bargain, and is offered for a few
days only; lot 23x100. REED B. COYLE CO.,
N o. 131 Fourth ave. s6-28
FOR SALE-MODERN QUEEN ANNESAND8
room dwellings; large yards, porches, etc. r
lots 24x120: price 2,500 and 83. 650; terms 1C per cent
cash, balance monthly payments if desired; sec
ond Avenue Electric Street Railroad will pass
within 300 feet of these dwellings. SAMUEL w.
BLACK A CO.. 99 Fourth aye. se!9-39-D
FOR SALE DESIRABLE RESIDENCE, HO.
291 North: auction sale adjourned until Satur
davneit at 2 o'clock F. II.: sale nositlve. A. J.
FOR SALE-DESIRABLE RESIDENCE, NO.
291 North: auction sale adjourned until Sat
urday next, at 2 o'clock F. M. ; sale positive. A. J.
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN, BRICK HOUSE,
two stories and mansard, 8 rooms, laundry,
bath, water closets, back and front stairs, back
and front yards, bay window: all modern im-
Srovements; call and see about It. A. D. WIL
ON, 55 Federal St., Allegheny. 6Cl9-l-MWThs
FOR BALE TO SETTLE AN ESTATE,
house 5 rooms, hall, attic and cellar, lot 20x
132 feet, and bouse 4 rooms, attic, hall and cellar,
lot 20xt8 feev, nat. gas, water In yard: alsu brick
house 4 rooms, attic, hall and cellar, lot 20x69;
will sell together or will sell separate. For full
particulars call on A. D. WILSON, 65 Federal St.,
'OK SALE-AT SEWICKLEY-3 ACRES OF
eronnd. -with dwelllnir S rooms: verr deslra-
biv located on IlnnklnR St. W. A. HERRON
SONS, 80 Fourth ave. se26-i-IIThS
TjIOR SALE AT EDGEWOOD. P. R. R., ONE
J acre of ground, with fine dwelling, 15 rooms,
elegantly finished: fruit and ornamental trees.
For Information see W. A. HERRON & SONS. 80
Fourth avenue. sel9-36-ThM
FOR SALE LOTS.
OR SALE-2 BUILDING LOTSONWESTKRN
avennA. 20y154 fppt pach: nrlce 11.750 each. A.
D. WILSON, 65 Federal St., Allegheny. se!9-2-D
FOR SALE-NUNNERY HILL LOTS-THE
lots In the Henderson plan. Nunnery Hill,
Twelrth ward. Allegheny, are going oft very sitr
lsfactorlly; we arc securing good buyers who
will be desirable residents: a few lots still forsale.
A. LEGUATE&SON, 31 Federal at,, Allegheny.
FOR SALE-MAPLE WOOD PARK LOTS;
, terms easy. GEO. 8. MARTIN & CO., 105
Fourth ave. seI9-3
FOR SALE-A FEW CHOICE LOTS 40X120 ft.:
che-ip to a quick buyer: terms easy. GEO.
S. Martin & CO., 105 Fourth ave. selM-nssn
FOR SALE SOME OF THE VERY CHOICEST
40x120 rt. lots In Maplewood park: electric
road passes this plan; shrewd buyers will Invest
ycfore prices advance: easy payments. GEO. S.
MAHTlN & CO., 105 Fourth ave. sel9-4-TTSSu
FOR SALE-LOTS 24x115 AT COPELANu
station, P. B. B., beautifully located, and
TllORt rlnln Vila In n sKnnt Tti HHsnti' sTass asI
?,W.ce-J'rIce 50 on easy payments. MELLON
BBOT-HEBS, 6349 BtatiQU St., E. E, 8ea--ITaiU
HOB. SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-LOTS ON BLUFF AND VICKBOY
sts., near college; terms to salt. ItOliT.
COWARD, 20 Bluff St. anl-87-TTSSu
FOR BALE-ON WEBSTER AVE.. CORNER
of Wooster St., lot 57x109 ft. for (3.000; one
square from Wylle ave., cable cars, in the
Eleventh ward. W. A. HERRON & SONS. No.
80 Fourth ave. se21-73-TTS
Enst End Lots.
FOB SALE-CHOICEST PIECE OF GROUND
on Atwood street. Oakland: can be divided
into 3 lots or kill make one fine residence lot.
REED B. COYLE 4 CO., No. 131 Fourth ave.
TTIOK SALE-2 LOTS IN BOULEVARD PLACE,
J East End: 60 feet front each; fine location;
only two lots from Dallas ave. For fnll particu
lars apply to A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal St.. Alle
gheny. - sel9-10O-TTS
OR SALE MY NEW VILLA PARK PLAN
JD of lots are selling rapidly: lots 40x150 for 8175:
Brnshton station: no citv taxes: decide nnlct If
yon want one at present prices. JOHN F BAX
TER, Agent. se22-78-IS0D
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL LOT8 ON WARD
st.,Oaklsnd.sIzc 25x163 toanallcy:fhese lots are
on line of electric loop, now under construction,
and are offered at a bargain. REED B. CO YLE
CO.. N o. 131 Fourth ate. 6C26-28
T7IOR SALE-HERRON HILL PARK LOTS, 40x
JD 100 feet: now Is the time to buy; the comple
tion of the Wylle ave. cable road will enhance
prices: call at the office for colored plan. BLACK
& BA1KD, 95 Fonrth ave. se22-63
FOR SALE-DESIRABLE 60-FOOT FRONT
corner lot: Rlppev (paved) and St. Clair sts.,
atf70perfootfront: very handsome site for fine
residence, aud price is low. MELLON BROTH
ERS, 6349 Station St., E. E. Ee22-61-ThSU
FOR SALE-A SPLENDID RESIDENCE SITE,
174 ft., fronting on Negiey ave., near Marga
rettast.; best ground on-Negiey ave: this prop
erty is sure to enhance in value GEO. T. Mc-CONNELL,Forty-thlrd
aud Butler sts. se24-4-TT
FOR BALE-S52FER FOOT, WALLINGFORD
Place, bhadrsldc. lot 63x181 feet: this lot
must be sold at once, aud will be sold away below
me mantel value; ennancing in value rapiaiy: a
bargain. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., WKonrth
EOR SALE-40 AND 60 FEET FRONT AND 100
to 150 rcet deep, on Negiey and Center aves..
Amber, bt. Clair, Euclid and Baum sts.. in the
liaum Grove plan; are reached by 44 trains each
way and two cable lines. MELLON BROS., East
End. or JOHN F. BAXTER, 512 Smlthfleld St.
TTHIR 8A.LE-HEHEON HILL PARK LOTS, 40x
A' loo reettjust opened to the public: thewyiie
ave. cable road within 5 minutes walk, and only
15 minutes ride from postoffice; all citv conven
iences; pure air; magnificent view of the country
for miles; low prices and easy terms will be given
tn all whn hnllH mi An,.. fH t thA nfflpA Frtr Al
ored plan of this beautiful place. BLACK N
baiud, 95 Fourth ave. Be22-63
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS IN THE BLAIB
estate, within 3 to i. minutes' walk of Hazel
wood and Glenwood stations: fine level lots re
quiring no grading or filling; wide street, city
water, gas, natural gas. sidewalks, pavements,
schools,, stores, etc.: on line of tbe electric street
car line now bulIdlngMO minutes by tbe IS. ,tO.
K. K. from tbe new depot: all express trains stop:
monthly tickets, fare 54 cents; prices S125 to $1,000;
10 per cent cash, ba ance long time: montblr pay
ments If desired. SAMUEL W. BLACK i. CO.,
90 Fourth ave. selS-43-D
lORSASfc-FARM 170 ACRES: GOOD BUILD
INGS: best of soil underlaid with coal, near
new railroad, only 830 per acre. ED. W1TITSH.
410 Grant st. Plttsbnrr, Pa. se25
FOB SALE-FARM AT HAYSVILLE, ON THE
Pittsburg. Fort Wayne and Chicago Ball
way , 10 miles from the city; will exchange for city
Jiroperty or merchandise. A. J. PENTECOST,
13 Grant street. se24-3-TTS
FOR SALE-A FARM OF 75 ACRES. ONE
and a quarter miles from Dlxmont station;
farm in high state or cultivation, containing
about 800 or the different kinds or fruit trees, ex
cellent barn and outbuildings and good fencing;
will be sold cheap. Inquire 77 ERIE STREET,
FOB SALE-FABM OF 70 ACRES CHOICE
land, on which Is erected a two-story frame
bouse ot 8 rooms and tenant house of 3 rooms and
kitchen, good bank barn 36x52 feet: good orchard;
well watered: this farm is sltnated on the Alle
gheny and Butler plank road 11 miles from Alle
gheny Citv, H mtle from P. 4 W. B. B. Inquire
orJOHNMCCASLlN on the premises or bAM
UEL WALLACE, 13 Fifth ave., Pittsburg, Pa.
FOB SALE-LOTS AND DWELLINGS IN
all parts of the two cities: call at office and
get our new catalogue or properties ror sale, with
colored pi in of lots Just out and free to all upon
application. BLACK & BAIRD. 95 Fourth ave.
IOB SALE-AT BBADDOCK-DES1BABLE
business site: old M. E. chnrch nronertv.
corner Braddock ave. and Tenth St., at public
sale, bv order of court, on nremlses. on next Sat
urday at 5 F. M. Inquire of R15V. T. N. BOYLB,
Braddock; E. J. SMA1L, attorney. Bakewell Law
Building, Pittsburg, or P. S. TODD, trustee,
FOB SALE-OOD EVENING PAPES KOUTE
in center of tho city. Address B, A. ., Dis
patch office. SC26-18
FORSALE OB EXCHANGE FOB BEAL ES
TATE, one of the best shoe stores In the East
End: fine room and good business; a fine opening
for someone; satisfactory reasons for selling.
Address W. A. W., Dispatch office. se26-3-TbSn
FOB BALE-AN OLD-ESTABLISHED FAMI
LY grocery on one or the best thoroughfares,
in Allegheny: a fine paying business, mostly on a
cash basis: this Is one of the most desirable stands
In either city. Particulars from JAS. W. DBAPE
& CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. se25-51
FOB SALE-LIGHT MANUFACTURINGBUS
IX EoS, with new and modern machinery;
espeelallv adapted for a family or friends where
all will work: this Is a splendid oppoitnnltyto
the right parties, who must have at least 84, COO;
others need not apply; reason for selling given,
with references. M. CRAWFORD, 437 Grant
street, Pittsburg. se26-37
FOR BALE-ONE OF THE LARGEST AND
best retail grocery stores, la heart or the city;
will invoice about 9,000.- Also smaller grocery
stores In good locations In the two cities, bakeries,
drugstores, drygoods aud notion stores, reed
store, confectioneries, restaurants, boarding
houses and other business chances: free particu
lars. SHEPARD & CO., 64 Fifth ave. sel7
FOR SALE-1N THE LIVELIEST TOWN IN
Western Pennsylvania the stock and fixtures
of tbe New York Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Goods House, located at 135 Fifth avenne, Mc
Keesport, Pa.; can reduce stock to 82. OOOr posses
sion given at once. with a long lease: this Is a rare
chance; no better location In tbe city, lnqnlre at
135 Firth avenue, McKeesport. F. S. GLEASON.
FOB SALE-COR. WYL1E AVENUE AND
Hlrh st., fine business property, lot 25X70 ft.:
nowpaylng a good rent. W. A. HERRON &
SON 8, SO Fourth are . sel9-3G-Tnn
FOB SALE-5,900-STOREROOM AND DWEL
LING on principal East End business street,
close to P. E. B.. and Citizens' Cable Co.'s line
passes the door. MELLON BROTHERS. 6319
Station St., E. E. se22-48-TTSn
FOB SALE-FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS SITES
in the Asplnwall plan, adjoining bharps
burg; low prlcesreasy payments: seud-forplans.
W. A. HEKRON & SONS. 80 Fourth ave.
FOB BALE-AV FORTY-TniRD ST., ONE
of the most desirable manufacturing- sites in
Lawrencevllle: river and railroad fronts: price
very reasonable. W. A. HERRON & SONS. 80
Fourth avenue. se22-38-MTh
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Hones. Vehicles. Live Stock, etc
FOB SALE-GOOD HORSE AND FIFTO
wheel top-covered wagon; cheap; license to
peddle, in Allegheny. Address WAGON, Dis
patch office. SC2C-3U.
FOR SALE-FAMILY HORSE AND SECOND
HAND barouche In good condition. Can be
seen at THOMAS S. O'NEILL & CO., 5821 Penn
ave.. East End. scM-18
Machinery and Metal.
FOR SALE ENGINES AND BOILERS-NKW
and refitted: repalrlngnromptlv attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMACUlNECt..,LlM.,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
FOR BALE NOW ONE SECOND-HAND
tenoning machine, Z surface planers andl
shaper.and new and second-hand engines, boilers,
lard kettles, tar tanks, bh'men valves, casting",
etc. VELTE A MCDONALD, Thirty-second st.
and Penn ave. ir.il-91-TTS
in nazareth hall.
Moravian Boarding School for Boys at Naza
reth, Pa. Founded 1785. Reopens September
WEST WALNUT STREET SEMINARY
for young ladies; 23d year: Is provided
for giving a superior education In collegiate
eclectic and preparatory departments; also In
music ana art. MRS. HENRIETTA KUTZ.
2045 Walnut bu. Phila. an4-00-TT3
Notre Dame of Maryland.
Collegiate Institute for young ladles nnd pre
paratory school for little girls, EMBLA P. O.,
three miles from Baltimore, Id.. conducted by
tbe Sisters of Notre Dame. Send for, catalogue.
SIXTH STREET, PITTSBURG.
1,477 STUDENT LAST YEAR.
Classical, Scientific, Ladies' Seminary, Normal.
Musical, Elocutionary, Business College and
Shorthand departments. Send for new cata
logue. Correspondence with young persons de
siring a better education respectfully Solicited.
J AM til CLARK WILLIAMS, A. Si,, rrSS'L
TO LBT. ,
TO LET-NEAT BRICK HOUSES OF TO
rooms, centrally located In Seventh and
Eleventh wards : rent very low.- W. A- HEKBON
4 SONS, 80 Fourtbsvenue. se3S-4-MTbs
TO LKt-KlEKFATRICK 8T.. NEABWYLIE
ave., rooms and finished atHcv both gases,
h. and c. water: good location: 886 per month.
BLACK 4 BAIRD, 96 Fourth ave. se24-86
TO LET-NEW BRICJC DWELLING. 9
rooms, hall, bath, h. and c. water.-nat. gas.
marble mantels, Inside shutters, etc.; 10 minutes'
walk from Court House: rent fM per month.
SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO., Fourth ave.
East End Residences.
TO LET-HOUSE OF 14 BOOMS, STABLE
and outbuildings: large grounds; on Nfgley
-'avenue, near Penn avenne cable cars. Inquire of
HENRY BOBEBTS,atOUver4RoberU Wire Co.,
TO LET-IF YOU WANT TO KENT IN ALLE
GHENY call on A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal
st, Allegheny. sW-WQ-tt3
TO LET--A NEAT HOUSE, 7 BOOMS. IN
first class order, Laeock, near Sandusky St..
Allegheny. W. A. HEREON & SONS, 80 Fourth
TO LET-NO. n PAGE ST ALLEGHENY,
3 nicely furnished rooms, second floor, hath,
laundry, both gases: no children: low rent;
good neighborhood. BLACK 4 BAIRD, 96 Fonrth
TO LET- TO 12 BOOMS FOB BOARDING,
permanent and transient: 12 or 13 more rooms
when desired; reference required; rcntverylow.
Inquire of DB. REYNOLDS, flulton. lc24-84-TT
v . Apartments.
TO LET-ONE FLOOR OF CHOICE- APART
MENTS, suitable for light housekeeping,
on line or street cars, near Allegheny Market. Ap
ply to J. G. MOBRO W. 289 Uhio St., Allegheny.
TO LET-TWO BOOMS ON THIRD STOBY
withwater; convenient to Market and dif
ferent street car lines: within two minutes' walk
of postoffice; rent reasonable. Inquire at 177
SANDUSKY ST., Allegheny. se38-4
TO LET-CHEAP-9J THIRD AVENUE. NEAR
Wood St.. a good business or warehouse, 1
stories. W.A.HEKRON 4SONS,89Fourthavenne.
Office. Desk Room, dfcc
mo LET-ALLEGHENY OFFICES ON FED
JL EBAL. near bridge; price low. W. A. HEB
RON 4 SONS, co Fonrth ave. se:9-9-inh
TO LET-CHOICE OFHCES, SINGLE OB
in suit, in the Standard block, W ood. near
Fifth avenne. W. A. HEKRON SONS, to Fourth
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two or the
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found in the
city; rent, caxiand 300 per annum, including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam beating.
Apply between 10 A. v. and 1 r. v., or between
2 and 4 P.M. Jy33-67
mo LET-STOKE OB OFFICE BOOH, WITH
X large vault, suitable for insurance office or
similar business. In Germanla Savings Bank
building. No. 419 Wood street: room formerly oc
cupied by George Heine man as saloon, and now
temporarily occupied by tbe American Express
Co.; it is two steps below grade, making a first
class basement. Inquire at THE BAN K.
PEKSONAL-MALTBY'S OYSTEB DEPOT,
late 76 Fifth avenue, removed to 641 Smith
Held street; fresh oysters received dally; orders
filled at lowest prices. J. B. HEMMBRLE, Mgr.
PERSON A L-BOOKSI BOOKSI BOOKS!
New and old, ancient and modern, standard
and rare, legal, medical and scientific 30.000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STORE. 900
Liberty st. au3-93
PERSONAL -HIS LOVE SUDDENLY BE
TUBNED; recently they had not been on the
best ot terms owing to a little family lar occa
sioned by tbe wife insisting on being allowed to
renovate his wearing sppareL and which.' ot
course, was done In a bungling manner; in order
to prevent tbe trouble they agreed to send all
their work hereafter to DICKSON, the Tailor, 65
Fifth ave., corner Wood st., second floor, and
now everything Is lovely and peace and happiness
again reigns In their household. Telephone 1558.
PERSON AL-HA1B ON LADIES' FACES -We
are pleased to state to all oar fair readers
whom nature has unkindly provided -with a
growth of racial hair that they can have It de
stroyed forever without pain, scar, shock, trace
or injury by the electric needle operation by con
sulting DR. J. VAN DYCK, electro-surgeon, at
Hotel Albemarle, f ittsbnrg. Dr. Van Dyck was
called to our city to treat several society ladles,
aud will have parlors at Hotel Albemarle until
Thursday, September 28, .and dn ring the visit be
can treat a number of new patients. Book free.
Owing to the great demand for his services In
Pittsburg this week Dr. Van Dyck will remain at
tbe Albemarle Hotel until Saturday evening, Sep
tember 23. SC26-49
T 03T TUESDAY. '8EPT. 24, LADY'S GOLD
I J Elgin watch and chain, between Fifth ave.
and Liberty, on Market, or on Liberty between
Firth aye. and Market: reward If left at room 531,
BIssell block. H. B. BROCKETT, JR. se26-71
STOLEN-ATDANZIGEB'S STORE. WEDNES
DAY morning, abont 11 o'clock, a package
containing a pair of lady'ssllppers and six letters.
Tbe parties who took them nad better return
package to the store, as they are known, otherwise
their names will be made public se28-!9
STBAYED-ABED COW, MEDIUM SIZE, ON
Tuesday evening from Station street. East
Ind. Any Information can be left at NINr
TEETH WARD STATION HOUSE. S62S-67
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE
construction of a sewer on Murtland
street from Penn avenue to a connection with
a sewer on Kelly street.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by tbe authority of the same. That tbe
Chief of the Department of Public Works be
and is hereby authorized and directed to ad
vertise In accordance with tbe acts of As
sembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
and the ordinances of tho said city of Pittsburg;
relating thereto and regulating the same, for
proposals for the construction of a pipe sewer
20 inches in diameter on Murtland street from
the south side of Penn avenue to a connection
with a sewer at Kelly street, the contract thore
1 or to be let in tbe manner directed bv the said
acts of Assembly and ordinances. The cost
and expense of the same to be assessed and
collected in accordance with tbe provisions of
an act of Assembly of tbe Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, entitled, "An act relating to
streets and sowera in cities of the second
class," approved the 16th day of. May, A. D.
Section 2 That any ordinance or pari of or
dinance conflicting with tbe provisions of this
ordinance be and the same is hereDy repealed
so far as tbe same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 80th dav of Ane-uar. A. D. 18S9
S.D. WARMCASTLE, President of Select
Council pro. tem. Attest: OEO. B HEPPARD.
Clerk of Select Council. UEO.L.HOLLIDAY.
President of Common Council. Attest: GEO.
BOOTH, Clcrl of Common Council.
Mayor's Office. September 4, 18S9. Approved:
WM. McCALLTN, Mayor. Attest: V. H.
MCCLEARY. Mayor's Clerk. '
Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol. 7, page 130,
16th day of September, A. D. 1889. se24-6S
fNo. 78. 1
AN ORDINANCE RELOCATING SYL
VAN avenue, from a point distant about
200 feet east of property of B. & O. R. R. Co.,
for a distance of 400 feet eastwardly.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, aud it is hereby ordained and
enacted by tbe authority ot tbe same. That the
south 5-foot line of Sylvan avenne. from a point
distant about 200 feet east of property of B. A
O. R. R. Co. for a distance of 400 feet east
wardly, be, and the same shall hereby be re
located as follows, to' wit: Tho south 5-foot
Una of Srlvan avenue shall begin at aP. C,
distant westerly 355.44 feet, from tbe first angle
east of bridge over Watson's Hollow, thence
deflecting to the right 23 12' and by tho chord
of a curve of a radius of 118.00 for a distance
of 9L91 feet to a P. T., thenco denctJngvrn the
right 23 12' for a distance of 85.05 feet to a P. C
thence deflecting to tbe left 39 20 and by tbe
chord of a curve of a radios of 87.62 feet for a
distance of 123.75 feet to a P. T., thence de
flecting to the left 33 20' for a distance or 28L67
feet to a pin situated on the said Moot line of
Sylvan avenue and distance eastwardly about
215 feet from property of the B. & O. R. R.
Co., and said street shall be of a width of 40
Section 2 That any ordinance ot part of
ordinance conflicting with tho provisions of
this ordinance be, and tbe same is hereby re
pealed so far as the same affects this ordi
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 30th dav of August. A. D. 18SU.
S. D. WARMCASTLE. President of Select
Council, pro tem. Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD.
Clerk of Select ConnciL GEO. L. HOLLI
DAY, President of Common Council. Attest:
GEO. BOOTH, Clerk ot Common Council.
Mayor's Office, September 4, 1SS9. Approved:
WM. McCALLIN, Mayor. Attest: W. H.
McCLEARY, Mayor's Clerk.
Rccrcded In Ordinance Book, vol. 7, page 139,
20th day of September, A. D. 1889. se24S
Continued on Eighth J'aje.
TTTTJXSON JEWELER BARGAINS.
Tbe last week of great sale ot 25 per cent
off on silverware at WILSON'S old stand.
61 Fourth ave,, Pittsburg. Watch, clock and
Jewelry repairing a specialty, u27-CT9
Ob tbe sxewfeac.
SATUKDA Y, SEPTEMBER X,
T.nt ran iternnr of North ave. aael Ore5
alley, oa which fa ereetod that dostraMe brMt'f
ro.Wi.rMM known ak Ns. 291 North av.. con tote- 4
lng 12 roe, wHk brick carriage boss, a-;?
Uling; DaiKHBicniiearuwMicuiiJiiiulu -"t"'
nraland artificial gas; sewerage MBpteM.TtxtaO
one-third cash, balance five to ten years, salt
and examine premises. ,
seaeKss a j. risAAsn, unHit,
TTBACT1VB AUCTION SALB "
bousebotd goods, carpet, farafetwf, etc.
FRfTlAY MORNING. Sent. 27. at H o'eiwek. at
th.Tnnmi No. 311 Market street. Watot.eatc '-
and cherry chamber suits, wardrobes, drssssii,
f.hlsTiHilAra (.hairs, roekars. hftnWfassl IMsm- r
stands, lounges, couches. faMtog bJj, o' 1
cases, ues&p, oaoioeu, usu rvo,iiuiivv, .
closetf.sideboards, dishes, glassware, MgtasV '
tables, dining cbair flne pJasb, broeatesW. rc .
and tapestry parlor suite, roekers, easy iis, ,
center taaies, one-a-iwue, nam, iwnw,
bnissela and IneralB earvets. rasp, ciosfcf.
lamps, pictures, silverware, ref rigr)tr,ste, .
linoleum, toiletware. Tnrkis carpets, as' sA
tresses, springs, cornice orop luznr. xn ;
l&nndrv iroodm. tt. etc. ILSrRY AI
CO. LIM., Auctioneers. ,-jf
ADJOURNED MASTER'S BALE.
Falton vs. Arnold, 51 Sep. tens.Mtv .
DESIRABLE FIFTH AVEWtW tmStXwm"'
PROPKHffY, - r
At 2 o'clock P. H- SATUBDAT, Bqrtejttor
burg. 280 feet west of Chestnut street est Mu.
south tide of Fifth avenue, bavtee a frest at V
feet 6 inches on Fifth avease an extrjuic '
back at same width 112 feet to Wattes street.'
A valuable anddelrab! business profertf : Mn
ae3fcVS6 A. M. NEEPEK. Misir.j.
GRAND OPERA HODSE
E. D. Wilt Lessee and
use wee. uoaameaciM: .
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3S.
ONLY MATINEE, SATURDAY.
First Joint Appearance of
jauwiiN uuuin, m
And an excellent Company. ra.tbef4t
repertoire: Monday THE MERCHANT i
VENICE; Booth, Sbyloek: Modjesfca,
Tnesdav and Thursday HAMLBTr
Hamlet: Modieska, OpheHa. Wedsmaitar a
Friday RICHELIEU; BootJtHeiHiriej; i
jeska. Julie. Saturday Matinee MUCH i
leskaJBeatrice. Saturday Night, deafcie
tnndv and corr.edv THE FOOL'S :
VENGE and DONNA DIANA; Beet, 1
tncciOr Modieska. Donna Diana.
Parquet and three rows Parqaet CM,1
Ti ou; uaiance, jz. nrees uirete nve rrs-H i
SI 60: balance. SI 09. Gallery adjtmli
cents. Lower boxes, 118 00; sisffte seats.!
Upper boxes. 7e W: single seats 3Z w.
commences this monrlng at 9 A, X.
THE IrAMOUS rVH".
1 J- M&
AFTERNOON an EYKrfiW
' v .- -3
U. S. MAIL.
September 30 Monroe A Klee fit "My Atptj
r RAND OPERA HOUSE TaNMWM
IN TWELFTH NIGHT. '.
September 30-BO0TH-MODJB8KA. -
M AAIWr .LX1JCJA.L.E.CV Btf AC JVK ..
nnroi mTTDimffD crIT'ErQV
i i kuuxs ana evening. & .j
THE WAIFS OF NEW.YOMC
Week Beptemberae-WILBUR OPERA Bftf
TTABRY WILLIAMS' ACADJWX h
To-NigSt Matinees 'Tuesday, TbcMsayT
TONY PASTOR'S OWN COMPANY.1'
rpHE NEW WORLD'S MUSEUM
Ljt II 4,
Week September 28, tbe CoIore&BearfeiLfttrfi-
ana otner new attractions.
A bit- itape rjcrforraance cominsr next vt
A. O. Babel, tbe Cowboy Pianist. s39 , ti
"DACES AT EXPOSITION PARC j!
JLU rnuaj, opwsuiwct y. w. jravw,
ana it-mmnte trot. ? - tv
Saturday, 8eptember28 28 pace, 4 suae 4 '
33 trot. t '
Admission 50 cts.. inclndln? erand staM. ' -.
DANCING ACADEMIES. ji
rhHlIMA'a DANCING ACADEMYMrCvef
JL Fourth ave. Members of tbe NatlsuaU
Association of the Teachers of Dandse of tkel '
United States. Canada and France. Opefttetr '&
Tuesday evening, at iim. uciouer u wi
every evening, oi wnicn toree are iw mam-
ners eacli week. Ten lesson ucneis w, t-i
dren's opening Saturday afternoon, October Sua
H or particulars can at acauemy. reo-.n jj j
PROF. BROOKS' DANCING ACADEMY,'
Sixth and Liberty streets. Ladies' and geo-i
tlernen a CU83 will commence nursuay. uce-,
K..9 at S ft'oWVp. w. V4mm' And rflfUrtvvT
rim Hitiirriav. October Si at 3 o'clock. Ladies' '
class (exclusively) Thursday, October 10. at S fe
o'clock. Music and fnll explanation for dane
ing the new military scbottlscbe quaaruie,t
adopted by the American Society of Professors-
of Dancing, ana tne w asningtoa .minuet aan
Gavotte for sale, 60 cents a copy. For parties. v
lars see circulars at music stores. se2S-71
Will be Issued by the
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD ,
tnw Ya italahnHnn f ' tt 1 rB
EIOHTEENTH AUNrVEBSAET OT TBS- -J"H
SOME FOR AGED PROTESTANT Js
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
7 minutes from Federal st. AllecbeBV." oa thai
West Penn R. R-, adjoining Sbarpsbarg, betojc j
part oi tne
Lots in sizes and on terms that steraJdM'
an v desiring to secure a borne.
Tbe lay of the ground is beantlfuL Seeesal
Inducements offered to first purchasers: See ?i
tbe representative on tbe premises or caH ok .
nratlrtrrss W.M. HERnnX SONS. '
se3-60-TT3 80 Fourth, aveaae.
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
M. MAY SONS & CO.,!
STEAM DYERS AND SCOURERS
aqu genciiu reu orators oi lexHifl lamies, , a
dies' and gentlemen's soiled or failed garaefitsj
nnnltn...l .. J 1 ..U. nnteUsl7.
iioauv uvAiitni vi icnuieu ui tuiut. vuttana -v-i
of erery description carefully attended to " flj
M. MAY SONS1 & Co.
JelLTTS 66 SIXTH AVE.. Pittsburg, Fa.
O.ueen Anne frame dwelllsc of S rooaet aS .
nuisaeo. in uaruwoua; saruwoaa stettrway. V2g
ujaiiieis, etc, uid ohiuj, ccubi anvreeuar,
front and rear porches; 3 large lots 72x188, Bee- -j
1lOlU UUI1IUI. UU SUMO ItCW X- UT RUlU1 t
and terms call or address 248 HAZELWOOD
AVE., city. seM-K. '
THE AIR BRAKE v."
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
ot Allegheny is conducted on tbe boat ud.
iairai iispruieu memuu", ana osen ssrsf-etaM '
inducements to subscribers. Frrfi tajormattentj
will be given and subeenptieBa to its aeefc-
xeveivcu v. tuo Dtore ox
eelMt-TTW 9H Federal KAatisuaRV